Technical questions about hand drawn and computer animation techniques and production. Historical questions about cartoons and animation.
30+ years as an Animator, Director and Producer of Television, Feature, Commercial and Independent Animation.
Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (Senior Governorof the Animation Peer Group) Executive Board Member of The Animation Guild ASIFA Hollywood
SVA, Rutgers University
Emmy Award winning Director 2007 "Where's Lazlo?: Camp Lazlo"
Emmy Award winning Director 1999 for "Steven Spielberg Presents Pinky and the Brain"
Warner Brothers, Disney, Cartoon Network
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Hello VK, The problem with free software is that it actually isn't free for commercial use. The only way to make your own videos is to purchase software that allows you to use it commercially. It's
Hello Bob. I really hope not. I'm not in favor of using CGI for recreating dead actors and comedians. There is no purpose for making fake versions of the real thing. What made those people great was
Hi Jason, Warner Bros. puts out direct to DVD videos which are usually 2D hand drawn on a regular basis. Disney does the same with some of their TV productions. For some reason everybody is stuck
Hi Jason, Some people still making 2D hand drawn animated films for the theater are in Japan and France and Ireland. Check out "The Illusionist" and "The Triplets of Belleville" http://www.imdb
Hello Jason, Adobe Flash is a vector based program and most animators draw directly into the computer through a Wacom Cintiq or Intuos tablet. You can't scan animation drawings into Flash and color